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Tutorial [Ultimate Guide] How to Write a Runescape Injection Bot

Maje

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I have a Data Mining & Machine Learning exam comming up soon, I will return and find out why my IntelliJ does not recognize the functions "visitMaxs", "visitEnd" and "add" after the exam.
 

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Consider this, i have "import asm.tree.InsnList" and I try to call the function ".add()" on an InsnList. This is a legitimate function, that actually exists on objects of type "InsnList". HOWEVER, IntelliJ produces an error here, saying " Cannot resolve symbol 'add' "...
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But when I check the module library, I can clearly see the method being in there... So I think IntelliJ is screwing with me, and that there's actually nothing wrong with the code.
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I am using a bit newer versions of the ASM jar files (8.0.1) but it didn't work before when I had 7.2 either, that's why I upgraded them to the newest version.
It definitely seems like it's an issue with your IDE as opposed to with your code. If I were you, I'd try out Eclipse and see if it works on that IDE. Just to confirm that it's indeed an issue with the IDE.
 

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Getting an error on getClasses method, doesnt seem to find it. Using JDK 8

edit:
added this method

Code:
public Map<String, ClassNode> getClasses() {
        return classes;
    }
gonna see if that works
edit2:
seemed to work :D
 
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